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Do law enforcement agencies ever hold confiscated auto auctions for the public?

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The U.S. government holds auctions, both in person and online, for seized vehicles and other merchandise, according to USA.gov. GovSales.gov is a site that features listings and auctions for vehicles and other confiscated assets.

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GovSales.gov features hundreds of listings and auctions for seized vehicles. The site's online auctions allow citizens to bid on vehicles and other items, typically over a seven-day timespan. In addition, the website provides information on live auctions across the country for confiscated assets such as vehicles. These auctions are held regularly and are open to the public, according to GovSales.gov. In addition to hundreds of vehicle listings and auctions, users are able to purchase clothing, electronics, jewelry and other confiscated assets.

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